Ala del.icio.us. Or the way that pandora.com deals with songs/artists (but, frustratingly, not albums: give us also "wineries", but "regions" seems unnecessary... I know I like Chianti, and I know how to find it).
This after having read through an RSS feed filled with nothing but 24 reviews between Mark and Phil, several of which I want to taste. And I can just dig them out and ask you for the winery contacts, of course, but that's not the point. When things are reviewed like Philip did on http://www.snooth.com/wine/archarva... I want to click something and remember to purchase that wine later. I can obviously do this through del.icio.us, but that's the point.
Maybe I'm asking "give us a wishlist in addition to a shopping cart", but I think it'd be refreshing if it weren't called that.
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